The Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) has stressed that all electoral complaints should be documented; otherwise they will not be accepted.
IECC officials officially started the process of registering complaints about the preliminary results of the Afghan Presidential election on Monday.
The deputy of IECC, Mawlavi Din Muhammad Azimi has told reporters that the process of registering complaints about the preliminary results of the presidential election has begun and will continue for another three days.
According to Azimi, the “Stability and Partnership” electoral team has so far filed 4,000 complaints and the other electoral teams will also register their complaints.
He assured that the IECC officials would address with all complaints based on the law and take decisions.
This comes as the head of Independent Election Commission (IEC) released the long-delayed outcomes at a news conference in Kabul, noting that Ghani secured around 51% (50.
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64 exact figures) of the more than 1.8 million total votes.